Apply for an SAC Clinical Research Grant
SAC Position Paper on Children with Unilateral Hearing Loss
Supervising Telepractice Placements
SAC Webinar: Combined Vision and Hearing Loss: What Makes Our Clients Abandon Their Assistive Devices?
Unilateral Hearing Loss in Children
OnCall Health – Simple Secure Virtual Care
Comms & Masks Info Sheet
Free Access to Journals and Publications
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Speech-Language & Audiology Canada

We are a membership-driven organization that supports, promotes and elevates the professions of our members and associates. We are the only national organization passionately supporting and representing speech-language pathologists, audiologists and communication health assistants inclusively. Through this support, we champion the needs of people with communication disorders.

Our members and associates are why we exist. When you’re an SAC member or associate, you can focus on your work knowing that we are supporting and representing you, every day.
Learn more.

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  • Current SAC Board Director, Andrea Bull, Audiologist and Business Development Manager at Oticon Canada speaks on he… https://t.co/Ww5qoUF0MD
    22 Jan. 2021
  • SAC recently released a position paper on unilateral hearing loss in children. The January 27th webinar will presen… https://t.co/SXdenPwjd8
    22 Jan. 2021
  • Have you seen the latest issue of SAC in Action? It highlights the work we’re doing to advocate for you! This issue… https://t.co/9nCWvcpUGN
    21 Jan. 2021
  • Avez-vous lu le dernier numéro d’OAC en action? Il discute de nos efforts à défendre vos intérêts! Lisez l’édition… https://t.co/m2PZTC3m1l
    21 Jan. 2021